Breaking down and analyzing the 2021 Georgia Bulldogs football schedule with the best and worst case scenarios.
2021 Georgia Football Schedule
Sept. 4 Clemson (in Charlotte)
Sept. 11 UAB
Sept. 18 South Carolina
Sept. 25 at Vanderbilt
Oct. 2 Arkansas
Oct. 9 at Auburn
Oct. 16 Kentucky
Oct. 23 OPEN DATE
Oct. 30 Florida (in Jacksonville)
Nov. 6 Missouri
Nov. 13 at Tennessee
Nov. 20 Charleston Southern
Nov. 27 at Georgia Tech
Dec. 4 SEC Championship (in Atlanta)
Games vs. The West: Arkansas, at Auburn
Missed Teams From The West: Alabama, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Texas A&M
Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule Analysis: If the opener against Clemson isn’t the biggest non-conference game of the college football season, that means something else will rise up and be really, really big. But that’s it. That’s the tone-setter. Pull that off, and it’ll be a 5-0 start before going to Auburn.
There’s no Alabama, LSU or Texas A&M from the West, but the Tennessee game is on the road and … split with Clemson and Florida, or win them both, and there’s no excuse to not be in the College Football Playoff mix.
Best Case Scenario: 12-0. It’s Georgia. It has the talent. It has the coaching. It has the ability to win every game if everything goes right. There will be a loss along the way, but is it good enough to beat Clemson? It’s close enough. Is it going to be good enough to beat Florida? Yeah. 11-1 is more likely, but this program is overdue to take that next step.
Worst Case Scenario: 8-4. Georgia could lose to both Clemson and Florida. On the wrong day it could drop the road date to Auburn, and maybe it could slip up against Tennessee on the road and/or Kentucky at home if the wheels fall off.